Juan Pedro Rubio-Rodríguez

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Frontal sinus obliteration is accomplished with many materials such as fat, bone, muscle and alloplasts. Fat obliteration is very common but not devoid of morbidity. An alternative method of treatment with PRP platelet rich plasma and human bank bone or autogenous cortical shavings is presented for obliteration and craniofacial repair. A patient with severe(More)
INTRODUCTION Parkinson' disease (PD) is one of the most prevalent neurodegenerative diseases, and more than half of patients with PD experience falls. Research for clinically useful risk factors predicting falls has yielded inconsistent findings so far. Hence the aim of the study is to validate two different posturography techniques and one modified-timed(More)
Vestibular rehabilitation is effective and safe in patients with instability. However, there is insufficient evidence for distinguishing between efficacies of different dosage of therapies. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to verify whether there were differences between two computerised dynamic posturography (CDP) therapies of different numbers(More)
OBJECTIVE Impaired balance in patients with Parkinson's disease (PD) leads to loss of balance and frequent falls. Computerized dynamic posturography allows the assessment of stance tasks whereas mobile posturography analyzes the balance in free-field conditions, where falls among PD patients commonly occur (e.g. sitting down or standing up). The aim of the(More)
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